Gozleme is a savory Turkish stuffed flatbread. The dough is usually unleavened, and made only with flour, salt and water, but gozleme can be made from yeast dough as well. It is similar to bazlama, but is lightly brushed with butter or oil, whereas bazlama is prepared without fat. The dough is rolled thin, then filled with various toppings, sealed, and cooked over a griddle. Gozleme may sometimes be made from prepackaged hand-rolled leaves of yufka dough. Fillings for gozleme are numerous and vary by region and personal preference, and include a variety of meats (minced beef, chopped lamb, fresh or smoked seafood, sucuk, pastirma), vegetables (spinach, zucchini, eggplant, leek, chard, various peppers, onion, scallion, shallot, garlic), mushrooms (porcino, chanterelle, truffle), tubers (potatoes, yams, radish), cheeses (feta, Turkish white cheese, lavas, Beyaz peynir, cokelek, Kasseri, and Kashkaval), as well as eggs, seasonal herbs, and spices.